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1 R7N1 Russian with Business Management Programme structure(s) and requirements, levels and modules Overall requirements for students entering in Year 1 of this programme from 2015, including students who undertook the Preliminary Year in You must take 120 credits in each year of study, meeting all programme and pathway requirements, and will only be able to progress to the next developmental year if you have met the progression requirements. To be eligible for the award of your degree you must have passed a minimum of 315 credits, including 90 credits at level 6, but not including credits taken as part of the Year Abroad. You must take a minimum of 135 credits in Russian modules and 90 credits in Business Management modules, in addition to the Preliminary Year in Russian and Year Abroad module(s) (as applicable) over the period of your studies. Some of these credits will be from core or compulsory modules. You must pass core modules to progress to the next year of study. You must take compulsory modules, but may be able to progress with a fail mark. Some of your credits will be from optional modules within Russian which you can choose each year. You may also take up to 135 credits outside your subject area in the course of your degree. If you are placed into the preliminary Russian stream the degree programme will be 4 years in length including the preliminary Russian year with no year abroad. You may opt to take a year abroad, in which case you will follow a 5-year programme. The programme requirements for the 4-year variant are exactly the same as for the 5-year programme but without the Year Abroad requirement. If you are placed in the post A-Level or native speaker Russian stream the degree programme will be 4 years in length including a Year Abroad. The Year Abroad is a compulsory and integral part of the degree programme for students in the post A- Level Russian stream. Exceptionally the School can exempt students from the Year Abroad with the agreement of the Year Abroad Committee. If exempted, you will submit a change of programme form to change your degree to a 3-year degree. The programme requirements for the 3-year variant are exactly the same as for the 4- year programme but without the Year Abroad requirements. You will be assigned to one of three pathways according to your knowledge of the Russian language. This pathway will be confirmed during Welcome Week when you first enrol at Queen Mary, taking your entry qualifications and, in some cases your performance in a language test, into account. 1

2 Please select your pathway from the list below and go to the relevant page. The regulations in each section outline the requirements for which modules you will take in each year of study, and what you have to achieve to progress to the next year. Russian (ab initio) with Business Management Russian (post-a Level) with Business Management Russian (native speaker) with Business Management

3 Russian (ab initio) with Business Management This pathway is for students who enter without a Russian A-Level or equivalent. Preliminary Year You must take the following 120 credits: 120 credits Introductory Russian (core module) Progression Requirements from Preliminary Year to Year 1 You must pass Introductory Russian with a grade C or above to progress to Year 1 on this pathway. Year 1 Level 4 You must take the following 90 credits: 30 credits Russian I (core module) 30 credits Landmarks of Russian Literature (compulsory module) 15 credits Fundamentals of Management (compulsory module) 15 credits Economics for Business (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 30 credits from: adviser. These modules must be at level 4. Progression Requirements to Year 2 To successfully progress from Year 1 to Year 2 you must pass a minimum of 90 credits, including any core modules, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Year 2 Level 5 You must take the following 60 credits: 30 credits Russian II (core module) 15 credits Financial Accounting (compulsory module) 15 credits Marketing (compulsory module) 3

4 You will choose the remaining 60 credits from: adviser. At least 45 credits of these modules must be at level 5. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 4 or at level 6 with the agreement of your adviser. Progression Requirements to Year Abroad / Final Year To successfully progress from Year 2 to the Year Abroad (or Final Year for exempted students), you must pass a minimum of 90 credits in Year 2 including any core modules, and have passed a minimum of 195 credits in total from Year 1 and Year 2, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Exceptionally the School may permit you to progress to the Year Abroad if you have not yet passed the core level 5 language module, but have met all of the other progression requirements. You must pass the core language module during the following academic year and may not progress to Final Year from the Year Abroad until this hurdle has been passed. Year Abroad You must take 120 credits from the following: EITHER 120 credits Year Abroad Assessment module OR 2 x 60 credits Semester Abroad Assessment modules Progression Requirements to Final Year from Year Abroad You must complete the year abroad to progress to the final year of the programme. Successful completion of the year abroad assessment is not a hurdle to progression but all marks will count towards degree classification, whether pass or fail. Final Year Level 6 You must take the following 75 credits: 30 credits Russian III (core module) 15 credits optional modules to be chosen from RUS-coded modules at level 6 15 credits Strategy (compulsory module) 15 credits Managing Human Resources (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 45 credits from: 4

5 adviser. At least 30 credits of these modules must be at level 6. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 5. You are not allowed to take level 4 modules in your final year. Note that the programme structure only requires you to take a minimum of 90 credits at level 6; you must also pass a minimum of 90 credits at level 6 to be eligible for your degree and may wish to bear this in mind when making module choices. Requirements for Award To be eligible for award, you must pass a minimum of 315 credits in total including any core modules, and including a minimum of 90 credits at level 6, but not including the Year Abroad assessment (as applicable). 5

6 Russian (post-a Level) with Business Management This pathway is for students who enter with A-Level or equivalent knowledge of the Russian language. Your pathway will be confirmed by a test during Welcome Week in Year 1. Year 1 Level 4 You must take the following 90 credits: 30 credits Russian I (core module) 30 credits Landmarks of Russian Literature (compulsory module) 15 credits Fundamentals of Management (compulsory module) 15 credits Economics for Business (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 30 credits from: adviser. These modules must be at level 4. Progression Requirements to Year 2 To successfully progress from Year 1 to Year 2 you must pass a minimum of 90 credits, including any core modules, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Year 2 Level 5 You must take the following 60 credits: 30 credits Russian II (core module) 15 credits Financial Accounting (compulsory module) 15 credits Marketing (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 60 credits from: adviser. At least 45 credits of these modules must be at level 5. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 4 or at level 6 with the agreement of your adviser. 6

7 Progression Requirements to Year Abroad / Final Year To successfully progress from Year 2 to the Year Abroad (or Final Year for exempted students), you must pass a minimum of 90 credits in Year 2 including any core modules, and have passed a minimum of 195 credits in total from Year 1 and Year 2, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Exceptionally the School may permit you to progress to the Year Abroad if you have not yet passed the core level 5 language module, but have met all of the other progression requirements. You must pass the core language module during the following academic year and may not progress to Final Year from the Year Abroad until this hurdle has been passed. Year Abroad You must take 120 credits from the following: EITHER 120 credits Year Abroad Assessment module OR 2 x 60 credits Semester Abroad Assessment modules Progression Requirements to Final Year from Year Abroad You must complete the year abroad to progress to the final year of the programme. Successful completion of the year abroad assessment is not a hurdle to progression but all marks will count towards degree classification, whether pass or fail. Final Year Level 6 You must take the following 75 credits: 30 credits Russian III (core module) 15 credits optional modules to be chosen from RUS-coded modules at level 6 15 credits Strategy (compulsory module) 15 credits Managing Human Resources (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 45 credits from: adviser. At least 30 credits of these modules must be at level 6. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 5. You are not allowed to take level 4 modules in your final year. Note that the programme structure only requires you to take a minimum of 90 credits at level 6; you must also pass a minimum of 90 credits at level 6 to be eligible for your degree and may wish to bear this in mind when making module choices. Requirements for Award To be eligible for award, you must pass a minimum of 315 credits in total including any core modules, and including a minimum of 90 credits at level 6, but not including the Year Abroad assessment (as applicable). 7

8 Russian (native speaker) with Business Management This pathway is for students who enter with native or near-native speaker knowledge of the Russian language. Your pathway will be confirmed by a test during Welcome Week in Year 1. Year 1 Level 4 You must take the following 90 credits: 30 credits Russian I N (core module) 30 credits Landmarks of Russian Literature (compulsory module) 15 credits Fundamentals of Management (compulsory module) 15 credits Economics for Business (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 30 credits from: adviser. These modules must be at level 4. Progression Requirements to Year 2 To successfully progress from Year 1 to Year 2 you must pass a minimum of 90 credits, including any core modules, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Year 2 Level 5 You must take the following 60 credits: 30 credits Russian II N (core module) 15 credits Financial Accounting (compulsory module) 15 credits Marketing (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 60 credits from: adviser. At least 45 credits of these modules must be at level 5. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 4 or at level 6 with the agreement of your adviser. 8

9 Progression Requirements to Year Abroad / Final Year To successfully progress from Year 2 to the Year Abroad (or Final Year for exempted students), you must pass a minimum of 90 credits in Year 2 including any core modules, and have passed a minimum of 195 credits in total from Year 1 and Year 2, and achieve an average mark of 40.0 or higher across all the credits you have taken. Exceptionally the School may permit you to progress to the Year Abroad if you have not yet passed the core level 5 language module, but have met all of the other progression requirements. You must pass the core language module during the following academic year and may not progress to Final Year from the Year Abroad until this hurdle has been passed. Year Abroad You must take 120 credits from the following: EITHER 120 credits Year Abroad Assessment module OR 2 x 60 credits Semester Abroad Assessment modules Progression Requirements to Final Year from Year Abroad You must complete the year abroad to progress to the final year of the programme. Successful completion of the year abroad assessment is not a hurdle to progression but all marks will count towards degree classification, whether pass or fail. Final Year Level 6 You must take the following 75 credits: 30 credits Russian III N (core module) 15 credits optional modules to be chosen from RUS-coded modules at level 6 15 credits Strategy (compulsory module) 15 credits Managing Human Resources (compulsory module) You will choose the remaining 45 credits from: adviser. At least 30 credits of these modules must be at level 6. You may choose up to 15 credits at level 5. You are not allowed to take level 4 modules in your final year. Note that the programme structure only requires you to take a minimum of 90 credits at level 6; you must also pass a minimum of 90 credits at level 6 to be eligible for your degree and may wish to bear this in mind when making module choices. Requirements for Award To be eligible for award, you must pass a minimum of 315 credits in total including any core modules, and including a minimum of 90 credits at level 6, but not including the Year Abroad assessment (as applicable). 9

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